I recently modified a Musical Fidelity X-CAN V3 headphone amplifier. My goal was to see what sort of improvements I could make without spending too much cash.
The X-CAN V3 uses bipolar output devices, with a tube driver stage. The tube driver stage is a JAN (Joint Army/Navy) 6922 mil-spec dual-triode tube, per channel. These tubes run in class-A and give the voltage gain necessary to drive a pair of BD139/BD140 bipolar transistors.… Read more
I have just finished the restoration and modification of a Musical Fidelity Trivista SACD Player for a client in Alice Springs.
This particular Musical Fidelity Trivista SACD Player was to receive an update of critical signal path and DAC electronics and involved changing many dozens of parts, including eight op-amps and what seemed like hundreds of electrolytic and ceramic capacitors!… Read more
Finally, the Kenwood L-07D I have been restoring is repaired and working perfectly.
I completed a very thorough overhaul and restoration on the deck after it arrived not functioning correctly. The platter was over-speeding and there were other operational malfunctions.
I decided that it would be a great project to restore this beautiful piece of equipment.… Read more
Welcome everyone, to my new Liquid Audio website, and my first post, ever!
Great news audio lovers, precision hi-fi repairs and servicing are now available right here in Perth, Western Australia.
Liquid Audio will take care of all your hi-fi servicing and repair needs. Just visit my contact page to send me your particular requirements, or just to ask a question.… Read more